Who won November's biggest contracts?
- By Mark Hoover
- Dec 02, 2015
Two months into the new fiscal year, and the slowdown continues.
Washington Technology covered 46 contract awards in November, compared to a moderately larger 49 awards in October.
Both months follow to the forever active September, which saw 71 awards making headlines on our site.
However, this month’s 46 awards beats November 2014’s 31 awards, picking back up the trend of 2015 outpacing contract awards from the year before. Except for October, which had 49 awards compared to 54 for October 2014, July, August, September and now November have all surpassed their 2014 counterparts.
The general size of contracts was down this month, however. To make the list in November, you had to have a contract with a value greater than $98.8 million, compared to the minimum value of $211 million last month.
Northrop Grumman had an especially good month, grabbing sole possession of two of the top 10 spots.
The top ten contracts of November 2015 are:
10. TWD & Associates scores $98.8M task order for agile development
TWD & Associates has won a $98.8 million task order to provide agile development and maintenance capabilities to help sustain the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services’ records system portfolio.
9. Northrop wins $100M encryption contract
Northrop Grumman has won a $99.9 million DISA contract to supply encryption devices for the Joint Battle Command Platform program.
8. L-3 National Security Solutions scores $107M Alliant task order to support Army IT Agency
L-3 National Security Solutions has won a $107 million task order to provide next-generation information technology support to the Army Information Technology Agency.
7. Boeing nabs $134M E-4B fleet sustainment contract
Boeing has won a $134 million Air Force contract to sustain the E-4B fleet.
6. Northrop wins $151.3M contract for 2D Hawkeye UAV for Japan
Northrop Grumman has won a $151.3 million contract modification with the Navy to provide one E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft for the Japanese government.
5. M1 Support Services wins $305M O&M contract for aircraft support
M1 Support Services has won a $305 million contract to provide operations and maintenance services at Nellis Air Force Base.
4. Leidos scores $661.8M contract to support airborne platform
Leidos has won a $661.8 million contract with the Army to design, produce, integrate and test for the Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Enhanced (ARL-E) program of record.
3. Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. wins $833.3M sustainment contract
Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. has won an $833.3 million contract modification to provide the Army with a number of sustainment services.
2. PAE prevails in battle for $1.2B NASA contract
PAE and its partner, BWXT Nuclear Operations Group, have successfully fought off a bid protest, and now can move forward on a $1.2 billion contract to consolidate operations and maintenance at two NASA space centers.
And the largest contract award goes to....
1. Air Force adds large biz winners to $5B cyber contract
The Air Force has added ten large businesses to the winning pool of a $5 billion cybersecurity and information systems contract first named in October 2015.
Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.